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Unread 02-08-2009, 06:02 PM   #2
TileArt1
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Hello Dave, welcome!

You can put enough extra mortar beneath the v-caps to raise them to the flush level of the tile.

Some are made so they actually raise up a bit before going over the edge, kind of a subtle curve. (keeps stuff from rolling off your countertop as well as other things like water) Just make sure you have the backs flush against your countertop edge to ensure stability. Extra mortar beneath them will help level them out, though.
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